1st Edition

Changing U.s. Military Manpower Realities





ISBN 9780367022006
Published June 7, 2019 by Routledge
286 Pages

USD $150.00

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Book Description

This book presents recent research on major manpower issues, including recruitment problems, the military family, the role of women, racial problems, economic concerns, and the concept of the citizen-soldier. It explores hitherto underresearched issues concerning U.S. military manpower.

Table of Contents

Introduction 1. Changing Military Manpower Realities: Implications for the Next Decade Part 1: Manpower Issues: The Active and Reserve Components 2. U.S. Reserve Forces: The Achilles' Heel of the All-Volunteer Force? 3. Defending Europe Against a Conventional Attack: The Increasing Gap Between the Army's Capabilities and NATO Commitments 4. Instructor Pilot Retention in Air Training Command: A Survey Analysis Part 2: The Dynamics of Organization 5. Institutional and Occupational Values in the U.S. Military 6. Race and Job Satisfaction in the U.S. Army Part 3: Women in the Military 7. Integrating Women into Nontraditional Jobs: Air Force Rated Women 8. Women in the Navy: Performance, Health, and Motherhood Part 4: The Military Family 9. Family power: An Issue in Military Manpower Management 10. Family Life Patterns in the Air Force 11. Ethnography of a Navy Community Part 5: A Look into the Future? 12. The Citizen-Soldier and National Service

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